You don't notice your pale skin until it's really pale. You don't notice a few extra pounds until you've put on ten.
And you don't notice hair loss until you've lost a bunch of it.
You're not alone. Male pattern baldness (MPB), or androgenic alopecia, is extremely common.
It affects up to 30% of men by the age of 30 and 50% of men by the age of 50.
Genetics: There is definitely a strong genetic component to going bald. Many guys point the finger at their mother's male relatives. This is probably unfair, as paternal genetics have just as much of a role to play.
DHT is a necessary hormone for male development, but it's the culprit that's causing you to lose your hair. Treating hair loss isn't as simple as wiping out your body's DHT, because you need that androgen for other functions.
People who drink more than the recommended number of standard drinks a day risk balding.
Men who smoke are twice as likely to be bald.
Yes, you guessed it. Steroids cause hair loss (and manboobs).
Apart from age and family history, certain medical conditions, such as diabetes and lupus are also factors. If you have either of these you should visit your GP regularly.
Sometimes the cause of your hair loss is unknown and is just bad luck. A combination of unlucky genetics and environmental factors all play a role.
Proven to help prevent testosterone conversion to DHT. This is a natural supplement that is complementary with DHT blockers & the spray.
Isn't as effective as DHT blockers or the Spray, but it's a useful tool to add to your arsenal. For best results, use it like a shampoo (massage in and leave on your scalp for 5-10 minutes) about twice a week.